Rosie and Donald Trump keep the feud going. The article in today’s New York Post is great. Yes, Barabra Walters lied to the public again for the second time in less than a year. Details can be found in the post below.
“Dear Rosie,” the Donald writes, “I hope you are having a wonderful vacation with your wife – you needed the rest.”
Quickly, Trump’s letter turns to address the New York Post story which claimed Rosie engaged in a verbal attack on Barbara Walters and branded her a “liar” yesterday morning before “The View.”
In fact, the Post alleged Rosie verbally sparred with Barbara for a number of things, including not defending her enough while she was on vacation and while Trump visited or phoned in several shows – including Access Hollywood to speak out against her. Trump claimed several times that Barbara told him she does not like Rosie.
Continuing his letter, Trump said he found one point to agree with Rosie on – Barbara Walters’ veracity.
“Actually, I don’t blame you,” he writes. “In fact she lied to both of us! After your maniacal and foolish rant against me two weeks ago, Barbara called me from her vacation (I did not call her) in order to apologize for your behavior. She had heard that I was going to retaliate against you and tried to talk me out of it.”
Trump continues saying Barbara attempted to coax him on the show to “patch things up” — an offer he declined.
He also continued, alleging again, that Barbara told him in private she does not like Rosie or enjoy working with her.
“To be exact, she said that ‘working with her is like living in hell’ and, more pointedly, ‘Donald never get into the mud with pigs’ and, ‘don’t worry, she won’t be here for long,” his letter recounted. “Barbara knows exactly what she told me over the phone and she has to live with it. Perhaps that’s why her initial statement was so mild!”
Donald ends his letter on a light note, supporting the Rosie’s alleged verbal sparring with Barbara.
“In any event,” he notes, “you have a good reason to be angry. Please give my warmest regards to Kelly!
Though it seemed like he was mending some fences, Trump, in true form, ended the letter by taking a dig at Rosie in his “P.S.”
“I was surprised that you let your spat with Barbara get into the newspapers, but, as I have always said and as you proved with Rosie, the magazine, you are very self destructive,” he adds. “You must work on this for your own good!”